Kith brand designer Ronnie Fieg has come up with a new collaboration with BMW. After their previous project to work on the BMW M4, now the two of them are working together to produce the i4 M50.
There are no significant changes on the exterior, but the color is special because it uses a special Vitality Green paint. While the Kith emblem on the rear trunk blends with the M logo making it unique. It doesn’t stop there, the BMW emblem on the front is special because there is writing around it like Kith Is Partnership With BMW M.
Peeking inside, BMW Individual Merino does it with a light Caramel finish that gives the impression of luxury and elegance. And there is a small Kith logo embossed on the headrest, and the words Kith Exclusive Edition on the left dashboard trim.
The BMW i4 M50 has a range of up to 510 km on a single battery charge. But if you choose rear-wheel drive only, the distance can reach 590 km. Then the peak torque of up to 795 Nm allows acceleration 0-100 kph can penetrate 3.9 seconds.
The collaboration also includes a custom one-off BMW 1602 “Elektro” 1972 model, which has been converted to battery powered by Fieg. This classic EV pays homage to the two electric 1602s that made their debut during the 1972 Olympics in Munich. But you can’t buy this car, bro.
The BMW i4 M50 by Kith will be available in very limited numbers. BMW and Kith only produce as many as 7 units in the world.